TAKAHASHI Naoto <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
You have to set display-coding-system to *ctext* to display Latin-1 characters in Mule running on a character terminal. This can be done either 1) by adding a line which looks like:
(setq display-coding-system *ctext*)
in your .emacs, or 2) by answering *ctext* to the prompt "Display-coding-system:" which is shown when you type "M-x set-display-coding-system".
Even in the X-Window environment, you have to run one of the above procedures when Mule is invoked with -nw option.
In either case, your character terminal or terminal emulator should be able to support Latin-1 characters.